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California Court OKs Harrahs Advertising Class Action Suit

By Chuckmonster on Monday, 14th November 2005 11:05pm
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The case seeks class-action status, and could have broad implications because of the large number of Californians who visit Nevada hotel-casinos each year. Of the 37.4 million people who visited Las Vegas in 2004, about 11.6 million were from California.

Snowney filed suit in 2002 after claiming he booked a reservation at a Harrah's resort in 2001 advertised at $50 a night plus room tax.

Following his hotel stay, Snowney complained that he was assessed a $3 energy surcharge that Harrah's had not disclosed when he booked the room.

The complaint accused Harrah's of deceptive business practices, breach of contract and unjust enrichment.



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